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Banjosa Lake, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan
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This is Banjosa lake situated in Pakistan. Its an artificial lake. But its a perfect place to relax. Its peaceful and surrounded by thick pine forests. It is situated in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.

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